Matic has started all 14 of Manchester United's Premier League contests this season since his €45 million move from Chelsea during the summer transfer window, providing one assist for Jose Mourinho's side.
MANCHESTER UNITED go away to Watford in the Premier League on Tuesday - here is our predicted lineup for the Red Devils.
Young scored two sublime goals in quick succession, with Anthony Martial adding a third as United seemingly wrapped up three points before the interval.
The Hornets showed attacking intent again at the start of the second half, but the resolute Red Devils defence held firm in the opening stages. Before those successive victories they had gone down to three straight losses in what was by far their most disappointing run of the season so far.
The Special One could not believe his eyes his wing-back found his first Premier League goals since a defeat or Bournemouth back in May 2016. 32-year-old Ashley Young has been the club's first choice left back in recent weeks, with Luke Shaw, Matteo Darmian and Daley Blind seemingly not fancied by the Portuguese, and likely to be allowed to leave the club in the near future. The visitors earned a free-kick for Abdoulaye Doucouré's cynical pull-back on Paul Pogba and the versatile England worldwide dispatched it into the top corner.
United continued their onslaught as Martial latched on to a Lukaku through-ball following a poor attempted clearance from Christian Kabasele to finish low past Gomes.
Watford fashioned their first real chance in first-half stoppage time after Femenia motored across the pitch and crossed from the left, with Richarlison's header clipping the crossbar.
Both teams went close just before half-time.
Doucoure looked to have made it a nervy final six minutes for United as he steered Andre Carrillo's cross past De Gea, only for Lingard to score a brilliant solo effort moments later to finally secure the points.